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15 Best Free Open Source Ecommerce Platforms

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When it comes to open source ecommerce platforms, there are plenty to choose from. Here, we take a close look at the 15 best available, which should help guide you in the right direction. I’m not going to lie- finding the perfect platform is not easy.

Each one has its own set of pros and cons and has been designed with a slightly different user in mind. Uploading products and customising your store can be very time consuming, so make sure you have given several platforms a try before you make that final decision and integrate one into your site.

1. Magento (free)

You’ve only got to look at Magento’s client list to realise what an excellent piece of open-source software it is. Samsung, The North Face, Stussy and Nespresso all use it to power their online stores. It’s used by 30,000 merchants and is the world’s fastest growing ecommerce platform. You have to pay for the Enterprise Edition, which is packed full of extremely useful features, but the Community Edition, meant for developers only, is free to download and use.

2. osCommerce (free)

osCommerce is absolutely free under the GNU General Public License and caters very well to most people’s needs. Unsurprisingly, considering how easy it is to set up and run, it’s extremely popular, powering over 228,700 online stores. Such popularity does come with a significant downside however- it makes it harder for you to differentiate your store from the thousands of others out there. If you want to stand out from the crowd, you’re going to need to use some of the 5,800 add-ons available, some of which cost money.

3. OpenCart (free)

Not only does OpenCart look great, it’s extremely scalable. You can create an unlimited number of categories, sell an unlimited number of products, accept multiple currencies, use multiple languages, and choose from over 20 payment and 8 shipping methods. It’s user-friendly and search-engine-friendly too, so will help your prominence in Google. Customers can even review and rate the items you sell. It’s not as popular as osCommerce, so help and guidance is not so freely available, but it’s a darn sight better looking.

4. Spree Commerce (free)

Spree is an open-source ecommerce platform for Ruby on Rails. Using Spree’s extension system, you’ll be able to customise your store and mark yourself out from your competitors. Useful features include support for over 50 payment gateways, single page checkout and custom tax logic, which can save merchants lots of time and effort. It also comes with Google Analytics built in.

5. PrestaShop (free)

PrestaShop is another robust, professional-grade e-Commerce solution that you can download, install, and use for free. On the back end, you’ll use a full-featured back-office application to manage your online business (including inventory, orders, shipping, and customers) in real-time. Your customer’s payments are sent directly to your commerical bank account using the latest security technology.

6. VirtueMart (free)

VirtueMart, which has been designed to work alongside Joomla!, is a really neat cart which customers feel instantly comfortable with. Not only does it let customers buy things, it lets them create an account, add addresses and access their order history. Multiple languages and currencies, and unlimited products and categories are supported. 2.5 million people have downloaded VirtueMart so far and the vast majority is happy with the results.

7. Ubercart (free)

Ubercart is specifically designed for people selling things like file downloads, event registrations, website access passes and event tickets, rather than physical products. Like VirtueMart, which must be integrated with Joomla!, Ubercart must be integrated with Drupal. Drupal users will feel comfortable choosing the ideal modules and themes to customise their shop with, but if you’re not a Drupal user, I suggest choosing a platform that’s a little more straightforward.

8. Zeuscart (free)

The best thing about Zeuscart is its user interface, which is rich, attractive, user-friendly and generally less boring than most of the open-source UIs that I have to look at on a daily basis. Designed with small and medium businesses in mind, users can make the most of SEO friendly URLs, gift cards, discounts, email templates and tier-pricing, which makes it possible to decrease prices for bulk orders.

9. Afcommerce (free)

If you want to keep your ecommerce platform really, really simple, then Afcommerce could be the option for you. It’s not particularly good looking, neither on the customer nor the user side, but it works right out of the box and is ideal for beginners. It has a speedy one-page checkout, customer help pop-up windows and customer accounts are generated automatically from orders.

10. Zen Cart (free)

Easy to install, easy to customise and easy to manage, Zen Cart is perfect for those who want a straightforward ecommerce platform without the fuss. It comes with a newsletter manager, discount coupons, gift certificates and all the basic features you’d expect. Users can make the most of the numerous add-ons available to customise their store and make their admin experience a little easier. Too many add-ons, however, and the UI does get rather cluttered, which is a downside of the platform.

11. SimpleCart js (free)

SimpleCart(js) 2.0 is no longer only for Paypal. It now works with Google Checkout as well. You can now add increment, decrement, and remove buttons to your cart. You can also rearrange items, change the HTML tags, do whatever you like to display your cart how you want. No databases, no programming, no headaches. A simple javascript shopping cart in under 20kb that you can setup in minutes. It’s lightweight, fast, simple to use, and completely customizable. All you need to know is basic HTML.

12. Tomato Cart (free)

TomatoCart is the new generation of open source shopping cart solution. It is branched from osCommerce 3 as a separate project. As web applications become more and more sophisticated, modern web 2.0 technology such as Ajax and Rich Internet Applications offers significant usability improvements and makes interacting with the web interfaces faster and more efficient.

13. CubeCart (free)

CubeCart is great. It integrates really well into all kinds of sites and looks very professional from the customers’ point of view. CubeCart 3 is free and CubeCart 4, the premium platform, costs £110. There are a number of significant differences between the two: CubeCart 3 has 3 skins, CubeCart 4 has 5; CubeCart 3 has 4 payment steps, CubeCart 4 has 2; customer registration is mandatory in CubeCart 3, but optional in CubeCart 4 etc etc etc. I recommend investing in CubeCart 4 if you’re serious about using the platform for a long time, but suggest you give 3 a go first to see if you like the feel of it.

14. RokQuickCart (free)

RokQuickCart is a very, very simple cart for Joomla!. Its simplicity, however, is both a help and a hindrance as although it can be set up in minutes, it lacks some features which you’ll find in other platforms in this list, for example, it only accepts payments through PayPal and Google Checkout. Having said that, it generally looks good and product image display is impressive.

15. StoreSprite (free)

Despite being completely free, StoreSprite offers many features that you’d expect to find only on paid-for and more popular platforms. These include loyalty points, customer ratings and reviews, status notifications, order tracking, special offers, best sellers and shopper accounts. The main drawback of the platform is that your store will come with visible StoreSprite copyright notices, unless you pay to have them removed.

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James Adams is a staff writer with Cartridge Save where he reviews products such as the HP 901. He also writes about design and marketing on their blog.

192 Comments
  • http://www.macjunky.nl dejunky

    Great list! I need to create a new cart site for a client of mine pretty soon and this list will come in handy.

    Although I have looked at ZEN before it looks simple enough.

    Thanks again!

  • MKStokie

    Does anyone know of any .net ecommerce platforms out there? They don’t have to be free but any help with pointing me in the right direction would be great.

  • alex

    Nice list,
    i have problems installing Magento tough.. hmm
    Ahh btw.. oscommerce is CRAPPPPP, don’t touch that beast,
    because if you have to extend it (addons, templates..) you discover the horrible code architecture (you install addons by using CORE-HACKS!!!!!!!) buahh

  • http://www.intenseblog.com Jennifer R

    I’ve used mangeto, it’s great, easy to customize and styling :)

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  • http://blog.joelgaujard.info Joel Gaujard

    Very interesting article with good information.

    I recommend PrestaShop !

  • Marco

    I’ve tried VirtueMart only. It’s based on Joomla! and it’s quite slow. As any other framework it has its own limitations and rigiditiew so prepare yourself to accept the (not bad) result you get as is, with few chances to adjust something.
    Community support is good enough and there’s a lot of templates (free and not free) to skin your site.
    Personally I ended up writing my own shopping cart in PHP & MySQL, mainly because of the slowness but also for some little imperfections that can’t be solved.

  • Mike

    Magento is a piece of garbage. And I don’t mean to sound dramatic. It does not deserve to be at the top of this list. The creators (Varien) built it in a way that makes upgrading and extending it difficult and dangerous. Our company started with Magento. When a new release came out, we attempted to upgrade, but the way the core code and the modules interact would not allow that. Our store came crashing down, and the only way we would have been able to fix it is by outsourcing the problem to… guess who… Varien. Magento is a racket, in my opinion. And calling it “open source” is wrong, because it lacks any of the real community that true “open source” projects are all about. It is owned and operated by Varien, and if you use it, you will be paying them for it sooner or later.

  • Mike

    Also: Ubercart is not specifically designed for “virtual products” as this article suggests. It supports physical products just as much as any ecommerce platform does. After dumping Magento, we migrated our entire store to Drupal+Ubercart and have been thrilled with the results. Ubercart is dependent on Drupal, so if you don’t have a Drupal site, I wouldn’t recommend it (unless you’re ready to convert to Drupal… which I would recommend, but does take some time and learning).

  • http://www.trebiano.it/ecommerce E-commerce Italia

    Very nice list ! Thanks for sharing Ray…

    I personally found OpenCart very versatile and a perfect solution for a couple of projects. Previously I’ve also played with VirtueMart+Joomla amd Magento, but OpenCart is definitely my favourite… even if I think that sometime (i.e. micro catalogs with 1-10 products) a simple ad-hoc php script is the best solution

  • Kevin

    Does anybody know if any of these shopping carts have a “mix and match” functionality built in? So customers can compare and see which tops match with which bottoms?

  • http://thebusy.me isogashii

    I would choose OpenCart, it is great one, specially for multilanguage.
    Thank you.

  • mitsui

    Thks for the useful list.
    I tried many carts, Magento, os…,all along have not found the best one suitable for me. here I came cross TomatoCart, which is great, especially for the “DESKTOP” admin page, the most easy-to-use project, IMO.

    OH, thk u again~

  • JPinheiro

    I’ve used Magento, OSCommerce, Virtuemart and PrestaShop, and for those people without the resources to run Magento, I’d definitely recommend PrestaShop. Its easy to use, fast, and easily customizable.

  • http://www.thepaginasweb.com Diseño Paginas Web

    without any doubt, Magento is the revolution, i have use also oscommerce many years ago and for now i will sitck to magento

  • Netcrawle

    I started with osCommerce back in the days, then went over to Magento, and am now a happy camper with Prestashop. Its fast, has a small footprint, is powerfull to do most of the things you’ll ever need, easily extendable, a dream to theme and work with. osC is outdated (even v.3) and Magento is a big piece of overengineered junk.

  • fourat

    Great post !
    I’m looking for partnering with existing ecommerce sites so i can sell my products without having to handle the webhosting/webdesign operations, like the amazon.com feature but its limitating the categorys.
    Any ideas of possible ways to do so ?

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  • Aleksejs

    Similar list (with some other eCommerce platforms mentioned) from tripwiremagazine:
    http://www.tripwiremagazine.com/2010/02/15-open-source-ecommerce-platforms.html

  • uberfan

    ubercart + drupal – rocks
    a small learning curve for drupal but the results are !

  • http://allaboutfocus.com Patrick Allmond

    You should also take a look at http://www.nopcommerce.com . .NET based and very powerful. Social networking, live chat, cell phone notification – all built in.

  • zipp

    Magneto is the slowest shopping cart I have ever tested, it’s also almost impossible to upgrade without crashing your site. Only Magneto’s pay version will be PCI compliant which means if you use credit cards you will either have to buy their $500 version or pay higher credit card fees. Avoid this crap at all costs.

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  • http://www.jewelrysilverworld.com Silverjewelry

    as non-savvy, yet love to explore the tech…i tried zencart with zero knowledge of html. Love it for lots of modules offered, but now I am getting tired of updating manually…

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  • Beer Cartel

    I’ve been using os commerce and it’s ok however there are some limitations with how much it can be customised. Also some issues with using third party plug ins.

  • http://www.posicionamiento-web.org/ posicionamiento web

    I would choose OpenCart, it is great one, specially for multilanguage.
    Thank you.

  • http://wearefound.com Timothy Johnson

    We have used Magento numerous times, and like it. Spree is too young by my opinion, and lacks alot. I may try opencart in the future

  • Michel

    Excuse me for my English.
    OpenCart exceeds Magento and PrestaShop. It is the only MVC structure, not using Smarty, is multi lingual, multi shop and is the fastest.

  • http://www.zscart.com sridevi

    My favorite open source shopping cart software is zeuscart.

  • http://www.brillcreative.co.uk brill

    I’ve been using Magento for the last 2 months and I have to say, it has an extremely steep learning curve. It doesn’t have many decent free plugins/extensions (compared to WordPress for example) and the template and theming system can, at times, be a complete headache/nightmare. I will give it this however: It is secure, mature and stable, its just a shame its not so clear cut to begin with.

  • Giles

    One that you have missed off is osCmax (www.oscmax.com) – has all the modules you need (for free unlike PrestaShop and others) – based on osCommerce so all the modules from there are easy to integrate. Similar to OpenCart but with loads more functionality.

    Magento – is resource hungry – not recommended for smaller stores (or smaller budgets).

  • SP

    Does anyone know if any of these open source eCommerce platforms are able to integrate with MS Dynamics GP accouting/financial software?

  • http://abeledesign.com MontrealOnline

    We prefer to use osCommerce because it is realiable, highly-customizable and easy to implement ecommerce solution. It gives us all necessary features to run a professional ecommerce website

  • evolgenius

    I’ve found magento (free) to be quite convoluted and over engineered. Learning curve for theming is steep. What takes me usually a few hours to a day with a different solution, took me weeks.

    There are over 600 editable template files. Every single little module, contains several tpl files, and xml files. The little “search” box? 3 files. Want to add an image to a sidebar? Create a new tpl file and xml file, then modify the main catalog xml file to include your new image.

    The OOBE: Many features were broken from right out of the gate. Most of the cart emails are flagged as level 8 or 9 spam unless some serious tweaking is done. Other times emails would not send at all. Many other things broken. I also ran into a glitch where item quantities on the front end would not update. Nor would wish-list items or reviews post. When contacting the developer for help, most of the solutions offered were “hacks” to the application layer that should not even need to be touched by the end user in the first place. One solution (also offered by the developer) was to download a previous build, and rob a file from it to replace the offending module. I was quite upset that the cart would not work as it was meant to without hacking it. If you want to give magento a try, I would not recommend it unless you have unlimited time to invest on the project.

    I looked like a complete renob to my client. The estimate I gave for the timeline was based upon previous ecommerce sites I’ve setup + fudge time for learning a new system. I underestimated this by over a month and almost got hung out to dry for it. This was due to the over-engineered and needlessly complex file-system, themeing process, and above all – the slow response times from Varien who offered hacks which worked “some” of the time. There was no way I could anticipate this as I’ve never worked with a product that was put together this badly, with such counter-intuitively planned architecture.

    The only reason I offered it up in the first place was because of the gleaming reviews it got from Envato, the features it boasted, that the demo passed validation checks, and the urls looked SEO friendly.

    Updating the cart to a newer version is a crapshoot, and the odds will not be in your favor. 9 times out of 10 this will break your installation completely.

    I’m quite turned off by Varien… Since they are a consulting company I can’t help but to wonder if they make most of their money troubleshooting their broken and buggy software.

    I’m not the only one with this experience. However, I do have to say that some of my colleagues use Magento with no real problems aside from the steep learning curve because under the hood it’s not like ANY other cart out there. The experiences I hear from people seem to be one or the other; either bliss or complete hell. Unfortunately my experience was in the latter category.

    In the end I ended up porting everything over to OpenCart. It took me about 3 or 4 hours tops to theme it. After configuration I have not run into any real glitches yet. I’m sure it will have it’s issues once I run through all the pre-flight checks but we’ll see…

  • http://www.esp-valley.com/ Hany Shalaby

    Hi,

    I am wondering if any of these OSS has some capabilities of CRM software. I am looking for something like membership management where gift vouchers are available.

    Thanks,

  • http://www.onestopecommerce.co.uk OneStopEcommerce

    Hi,

    I have tried many different ecommerce solutions over the years, but I keep coming back to OSCommerce!

    Granted, your not going to get a professional looking store out of the box with it, but from a development point of view it is so easy to work with.

    People ask me to add all sorts of extra features, with OSCommerce it’s easy. You do have to hack the core code, but once you get your head around they way it works it’s not difficult.

    I looked at Magento and it does look great, but really does need a dedicated server. The basic installation comes in at around 6500 files! If you want to add a feature that isn’t included, or isn’t one of the available extensions, then you’d better have deep pockets.

    TomatoCart has caught my eye recently, a really innovative admin console, and a pretty light installation.

  • http://ekspressfinans.net Forbrukslån

    This review of the e-commerce made me even more confused than I already was. I use Virtuemart and think it works quite good. Magento is a good system but the modules are expensive I think, and you need a higher budget for hosting. I wish they made Magento lighter so it could work fast on a normal hosting.

  • http://www.hstores.com Stephen

    I agree with your comments about Opencart, so much so, that I have created a free ecommerce website based on Opencart at HSTORES dot com.

    Cheers
    Steve

  • Dmason

    Currently I am using Prestashop 1.4.0.17 and let me tell you this.. I think its one of the worst softwares to develope a simple websites.. I have never pulled rank till now but I cannot even get a sample website up.. The software is unpredictably unstable

  • http://koowie.com Koowie

    We like Opencart the best.

  • Saira Caan

    Dont ever touch a crap and suck Prestashop, with my experience i have listed around 500 Items and now when i found a problem which is completly shit with 1.4, Google Chrom says My site is not secure and i have lost around 70% business with presta it shows unsecured cross on padlock many customer run away and think you are scammer or something doughy.

    PRESTASHOP IS CRAP AND NEVER TRY THIS DEAD SOURCE, and community is sucks no one will help you my question was remove 5 times from their Official Forum.

    Now i am planning to migrate to OpenCart… Best of luck

  • Royce

    Just tried Magento and I was extremely dissapointed. Its very unituitive. For example after you add products they don’t show up until you click the attributes, then “add them to your website” then you have to add display widgets to the home page. There is barely any community and good luck finding the forum from their website. I mean I’m an experienced developer and I shouldn’t have to watch a video just to get some products displayed on the home page, you know what I mean? Iv’e used ubercart before and I loved it and drupal, but it is way too much for afew products. I’m going to try openCart next.

  • http://www.cynicologist.com/ Orun

    Magento? Are you f’n kidding me? Magento is a nightmare. Poor documentation and awful support forums. Any advanced functionality means modification of core files and then everything goes to shit.

    While it is very robust and especially well suited for managing multiple storefronts you might lose your mind trying to manage the obscene quantity of files it installs on your server.

    Magento takes the seasoned PHP programmer about two-four months to really pick up on after which said programmer can make a living by charging up to $200/hr for grueling and psychologically tormenting work. Only use Magento if you have a masochistic proclivity toward pain.

  • alex

    magento.. 600 or more tables, core files difficult to edit… best out of box, but do not touch it. works well on dedicated server, poor performance on shared sever.

    prestashop, difficult to edit, buggy, most of addons not free. good looking, smarty templates, good option out of box.

    zencart, fork of oscommerce, advance features, easy to edit, outdated storefront not easy to modify. excellent speed.

    tomato cart, good… too advanced, second best out of box.

    oscommerce, very poor out of box, but is the mos versatile, editable, ample support, and upgradeable; the sky is the limit… new version tableless.

    opencart, is the future.

  • http://www.rabbitdigital.com Website Design Cheshire

    I’ve used Zen Cart for a few websites, its fast but difficult to work with.

    I also tried out Presta Shop and it was bulky, slow and hard to modify.

    I’ve settled on Opencart, its the best of the lot, easy to customize, cheaper plugins and quick reply backs when you need help… as Alex says above “Opencart is the future”

    Cheers
    Warren

  • http://www.naturalfrenchsoap.com Ken

    Opencart is great if you don’t need help. Ask a question on the forum and you’ll receive heavy sarcasm for being stupid enough to ask the question in the first place. Complaints are dealt with in an innovative way also….they just delete your post!
    Opencart looks great but is backed by a shit attitude

  • http://www.beetlesales.com Thomas

    OpenCart is the best FREE e-commerce solution out there! I use it to power BeetleSales.com

    The default template is a little crappy, but extremely easy to customize and packed with a crap load of features! Definitely recommend this shopping cart.

  • http://www.ketchupworld.com/ Ketchup Man

    @evolgenius Thanks for your review of magento. I think you might have saved me from a lot of headache. I’ve been on the search for a platform to migrate over to that is simple, low cost, and easy to skin.

    BTW – if your a designer or developer don’t be afraid to give me a quote. Use the contact form on my site.

  • http://www.kreditkortet.org/ kreditkort

    Very good overview. I really think Mangento is superior to all of these though. More flexible and more seo friendly.

  • http://myeloidsarcoma.com Jay

    Overview is awesome, but i think all others fall below Ubercart. Just an opinion.

  • http://www.onlinestorecreation.com Eran

    I have used one platform – BigCommerce – so I can’t properly compare them, but I must say that it was fantastic. Everything I would want in features, customisation, templating etc and – most importantly! – support!
    Regards,
    Eran

  • Seph

    Magento now is under Paypal/E-bay… They are working on Magento 2, are you guys try to be against the world… Make your self a favor, be a man and learn Magento as it take balls to learn, u will never regreat… Or just stay behind on the other future non suported platforms…

  • Jeff

    If you guys worked less than 10 Magento stores, you don’t know what is Magento. Be patient for the learning curve, Magento is far more better.

  • King

    Magento is so slow, total crap!

  • Asdrubal

    So Many thanks for all those people who tell the true about Magento and all real opensources
    I wrote all commentaries above me and each opinion was relevant to my decision:
    OpenCart is the best and Tomato is very promisse.

    I study prestashop for many time (3 years), developing templates, Modules, but the quantity of modules for sale (not free) is a commercial curve (like Magento POC) who i don’t wanna participate.

    So i bet on OpenCart for production and continue follow Tomato and testing
    Thanks again |::|

    and @Seph Yeah! all of us against YOUR world!

  • Maximus

    I agree with the general consensus that magento sucks a**. I used PrestaShop before for all my sites and decided to give magento a chance: first of all it was much bulkier than I expected, and my numerous attempts of installing it miserably failed, so I gave up – back to PrestaShop and happy with it. I’ll give opencart a try through, there are lots of positives above. Well, good luck with whatever you use – if it takes you more than an hour to figure out and install then it’s crap! :)

  • Razibul Hassan

    Freeway? Is not it worth mentioning here? I’ve tested this eCommerce CMS and it has some powerful features that can be implemented for running a successful online store.

  • http://africacalling.org Volunteerism

    I think Magento community is a farce. They should not call it open source. Never been able to install it either on my wamp or live server. Prestashop has served me well. So has nopCommerce – a great and promising ASP cart.

  • http://www.instantice.ro Fram

    Opencart is the easiest one!! you can install it on a server even if you are not a webdesigner…

  • http://www.sagive.co.il Sagive

    10x a lot mate… great review. i going to give oScommerce a try…

    i want an interface that works great with downloadble files… would you reccomend something else ?

  • http://www.webmonstersolutions.com bradley collins

    Thanks Mate, Im looking for best multi-vendor open source platform. I’ve tried zencart seem better but little complex. Need some user friendly mutli-vendor platform.

  • http://www.sherwinhermogenes.com/ Web Designer

    I recommend Prestashop it’s great and easy to customize…

  • kushagra

    hello magento is a really great ecommerce it gives lot of more attrative functnaolity plaese believe me and goes to magento .i have also workd on magento since from 11 month back.

  • george

    what about Cube Cart? or CS cart?

  • http://www.africacalling.org Volunteerism

    I wonder why Zeuscart is #8 whilst TomatoCart is #12? It should be the other way round. I have tried both and I think TomatoCart is way far better than Zeuscart

  • http://www.softxml.com/SoftXMLEcartJS.asp Gregory

    SoftXMLEcart(js) – easy, xml based ecommerce shopping cart written in JavaScript with built-in PayPal integration.

  • http://younify.nl Younify

    Awesome list! Pro Magento!

  • Omegaman

    I notice that a lot of comments voice disagreement with the order the list shows (like magento should not be number 1 etc.)

    I don’t remember seeing that those numbers represented a ranking, I think it is just a list, not a score, or did I miss something?

    Anyway, thanks for all of your comments – hard to draw conclusions from them, but they are helpfil never-the-less.

    And thanks WebAppers for providint the list.

  • Ray Cheung

    @ Omegaman

    Yes, It’s just a list, the numbers do not represent a ranking. :)

  • http://www.abantecart.com Johm Robkin

    AbanteCart is relatively new and feature rich shopping cart.
    Worth checking it out

  • http://comingsoon Max

    Great comments and feedback – unfortunately there no clear winner. I am leaning towards prestashop or opencart. Main goal is that i am looking for a free os ecom program that has the ability and would allow batch and or bulk import of inventory from an excel file. Can anyone confirm either of these two do – and if it is easy?

  • http://www.shopable.in Amit

    Hi Guys,

    Have you tried Shopable ecommerce platform. Its free!!

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  • http://www.flashwebz.com/webdesigning.php joe

    great list but I must say magento is a beast to work with and would not consider it again

  • http://nCommerceweb Rags

    Is there any e-commerce site which provides m-commerce especially developed in HTML5?

  • http://www.lizzielane.co.uk/shop/category/collections/hultquist/ Hultquist Jewellery

    Have used Zencart previously and found it limiting (at the time). This time when I set the jewellery store, I wanted to use wordpress as the core to the site due to the fact how much google loves wordpress :-) Tried using WP-Ecommerce, but had lots of issues and finally settled on Shopp. Whilst not free, it is only $55 which is almost free :D

  • Mr. Rene

    I am looking for an Free Open Source E-commerce Platform that can be customized to sell all kinds of optical products like prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses, contact lenses, etc,etc. does anybody know which platform would be best suitable for an online optical store? Thank you in advance for your help.

  • http://www.nandida.com nandida

    i think that the best of all is oscommerce for the huge plugin repository

  • http://www.ydeveloper.com e-commerce

    You can add one more #16 to the list. e-Smart ecommerce suites! This suite is capable to come in the list of top ecommerce platform as it is differ with its ability to handle more than one store and their features at one single panel.

  • Attila Hooper

    Magento seems to have a lot of features out of the box. But I agree with most of the opinions, what a freaking bear ! files all over the place, steep curve.

    One thing that wasn’t said, forget about using jQuery on your site with Magento. Prototype and/or scriptaculous breaks jquery badly. Yes, I have tried using the jquery $var trick, it still blows up.

  • http://konsultanseojakarta.com Jasa Seo Indonesia

    Very good free Ecommerce list. Never try it before, I will build online store for my client using premium platform, but I will try to use free platform first and find out how it perform.

  • http://www.websitemarketingexperts.com.au/ steve

    I run both open source and hosted ecommerce sites there are pluses and minuses for both. I think if you are really serious and looking to invest in a large scale store then Magento really is the only choice these days, it’s list of features really put it over and above the rest. Pity about it’s useability though.

    Although it’s not open source, BigCommerce is another platfrom worth looking at as well.

    Steve

  • http://jewelrysugar.com/ Linnette G. (JewelrySugar)

    Would ecwid.com and miiduu.com be considered anywhere close in category to these other ecommerce sites? I find them both very user-friendly for what I need. I’m actually migrating over to miiduu.com because I can integrate in facebook and also sell wholesale bulk pricing using their basic free account :D priceless.

  • http://jewelrysugar.com/ Linnette G. (JewelrySugar)

     Kudos to that!

  • Jackie

     
    I am looking for a free ecommerce platform which have the following features out from the box (no need toi add paid modules):

    1. Membership Area

    2. Can import slide show or flash

    3. has or can work with SSL certificate on Cpanel

    4, Easy ti install/setup and customization.
    Can anyone suggest me what platform I should go even some of my
    requirement will not meet (but slider or flash is important for me).
    Regards

  • http://freebloggertemplates.in/ Free Blogger Templates

    This is totally amazing ! I think Magento is all time best and the biggest one to try !

    Thanks for this nice list.

  • http://www.phpzag.com/ laeeq khan

    Great list but I must say Magento is a best!

  • http://www.victoriaexpert.com/ donnaliens

    Very good share! Good work on comparing the performances of all editions.

  • Phu-Xuan Le

    Magento can be a little difficult to use but its features and extensions can beat any other platform! Like you said, you can just tell how great is is just by the number of users that operate under Magento. There are a lot of developers out there who specialize in this platform who would be more willing to work with you! 

    @www.fowara.com

  • krish kash

    Yet
    another mobile eCommerce app for starting your niche eCommerce site
    at : https://www.mobecommerce.net.

  • krish kash

    Yet
    another mobile eCommerce app for starting your niche eCommerce site
    at : https://www.mobecommerce.net.

  • Bjorn_R

    I have used jQuery in Magento without problems. Have you looked at jQuery.noConflict()?

  • Abhinav

    Almost all the Open Sources are really good to implement but I found PrestaShop to be the best one…Thanks for the Knowledge provided in this article…:) 

  • http://www.askasozler.com/ akademix

    Thanks for this nice list.

  • extensionenthusiast

    Hi all, I am about to create extensions to these most popular platforms, and now thinking what might be the best place to sell modules in terms of commissions rates, functionality, processing times, etc. Can you help me telling what kind of commissions each of those community market’s charge of selling extensions in their extensions shops? I would highly appreciate your answers to this matter.

  • James

    What do you think about Woocommerce?

  • anti-apple

    you might wanna consider OScommerce….everything is FREE and the development/addon community is crazy…there are SO many addons that you can pretty much do whatever you want with it

  • http://www.facebook.com/pavel.rozhkov.usa Pavel Rozhkov

    Great list. Agree that Magento is a beast. Many people do not like it and still it is #1 in many resources. I bet Magento paid for all #1 places. Why AbanteCart is not here? Great shopping cart.

  • Saswata

    Great List…Thanks for sharing… I have used Opencart in few of my projects…I must say it’s the most flexible & powerful system.

  • chandan

    EasyStoreHosting is best Online E-Commerce Store creation software.

    I have tried it, and its genuinely works.

    The best thing is that provide “technical support service” free of cost.

    So you have to do anything by yourself, just shoot a mail to them, they will do it for you.

  • nada

    What do you mean by ‘premium ecommerce solution’ ? How does Shopfy compare to the rest you have mentioned?

  • nada

    What do you mean by ‘premium ecommerce solution’ ? How does Shopfy compare to the rest you have mentioned?

  • nada

    Also what about Volusion and Shopping Cart Elite? Any good?

  • http://www.facebook.com/greenxgene Rajarajan Panneerselvam

    Hey thanks for the info. I’ve got an idea for a startup which relies much on online shopping now I have direction to start with. Thanks a lot :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/thetimparnell Tim Parnell

    Not everyone on the forum is sarcastic and aggressive. Just some of the moderators…..

  • http://www.facebook.com/thetimparnell Tim Parnell

    Not everyone on the forum is sarcastic and aggressive. Just some of the moderators…..

  • http://www.facebook.com/thetimparnell Tim Parnell

    I recommend OpenCart. But forum support is patchy.

  • http://www.facebook.com/thetimparnell Tim Parnell

    I recommend OpenCart. But forum support is patchy.

  • http://sparkleapple.blogspot.com/ dolljjang ♥

    thanks for the list!

  • john

    i need to use it yet. will go for magento
    http://webtech.frontplayers.com

  • john

    i need to use it yet. will go for magento
    http://webtech.frontplayers.com

  • http://www.yprestashop.com/prestashop-web-development/ PrestaShop Development

    Huge and nice list but i always go with the PrestaShop because it have more unique, best and reliable features that make mine work more easy.

  • Greg

    That’s good summary…

    And comments are helpful.
    I’m looking for a solution that would allow customer to
    schedule his shopping. E.g. Customer is setting “scheduler” to
    deliver him some goods on 1st day of every month. Delivery would be released by
    payment.

    Another question – do you know if those platforms support
    prepaid account that could be held for customer ?

    I’ll appreciate any hints – thanks

  • Dave

    I have Woocommerce and having problems with speed and customization. Great support from Woothemes though. Thinking I will move to another flavour for next store.

  • Sanjay

    Magento not user friendly, also too heavy, Magento team need to create site user friendly and lite weighed

  • Sanjay

    oscommerce, zencart and opencart is best

  • Sanjay

    oscommerce, zencart and opencart is best

  • http://www.facebook.com/sunnybhardwaj06 Sunny Bhardwaj

    i want to sell apparels online like fashion and you in india and asos…what would be the ideal platform and technology for me…

  • http://austin-hicks.webnode.com/ Austin Hicks

    Zen Cart to be the best as it is easy to install and gives desired as well as effective results to which one is looking for. Good thing is that it also supports payment gateways which makes customer’s job easier.

  • Syed Adnan

    Opencart is great

  • iLoveMage

    Magento ecommerce solution has become the most demanding open source platform of today’s online retail store businesses since it provides a tremendous advantage. With Magento Ecommerce Platform, online store owners are being given the capability of handling multiple stores and facilitate a more systematized browsing of items for sale. Improved management of customer’s orders and having more developed promotional or advertising tools also comes possible with Magento Ecommerce.

  • iLoveMage

    Magento ecommerce solution has become the most demanding open source platform of today’s online retail store businesses since it provides a tremendous advantage. With Magento Ecommerce Platform, online store owners are being given the capability of handling multiple stores and facilitate a more systematized browsing of items for sale. Improved management of customer’s orders and having more developed promotional or advertising tools also comes possible with Magento Ecommerce.

  • http://www.offertalk.in/ Pratik Chourdia

    Good but we will have to pay for Payment Gateway.

  • Jack Watson

    It depends on your requirement but “Magento” is considered as the best
    because it have much more features than any other ecommerce platforms.Book
    production services are also offered in full when you visit Space Age.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1078686090 Lisandro Martinez

    Did you find something?

    I am looking also for an optical ecommerce open source solution

  • Eduardo

    you certainly missed nopCommerce It is the best for MS platform. It is free, full of features and has a modern and great architecture for any customization work.

  • Eduardo

    you certainly missed nopCommerce It is the best for MS platform. It is free, full of features and has a modern and great architecture for any customization work.

  • http://www.facebook.com/serg.weserg Serg Weserg

    If using one of these systems, it will have to be
    customized for themselves, and it is better to order a
    platform for professionals. You can also read about the e-commerce
    and so many other things on the site
    Comparison of Different E-Commerce Platform

  • Charlie G

    Vendevor.com is a great solution if you have an existing website and want to add ecommerce. You just copy and paste a link, and can also add Facebook storefronts for free. You can immediately accept payment and transfer sales to a bank account. It’s a really easy to use solution…. free month to month option as well.

  • Satisfied Opencarter

    I am a happy user of Opencart. I have a website designer who cn add loads of bespoke functionality as it is programmed in PHP.

    The support is good and the modules are good. you can upload modules easily via FTP.

    it comes pre built with Paypal and loads of other stuff likle localisation.

    You can get nice themes for it too.

    Overall, 9/10 and I will be sticking with them.

    I tried Prestashop and Magento before…NEVER AGAIN!

  • Alexander Chevakoff

    hello

    I am looking for an Free Open Source E-commerce Platform that can be customized to sell numismatic items like coins, banknotes and accessories does anybody know which platform would be best suitable for an online numismatic store?
    Thank you in advance for your help.

    Alexander

  • sirdon

    nice, henry

  • sirdon

    i am also interested to make a b2c site to sell products to users worldwide, i want to find some friend to cooperate…

  • http://milano.xbakeka.com/incontri-adulti/donna-cerca-uomo/milano-1 Donna Cerca Uomo Milano

    I agree with you. Magento first … oscommerce second

  • http://www.apptha.com/magento/ajax-cart-pro Kathy Daunt

    I find Magento is the best among all ecommerce software platforms. According to recent survey Magento is concluded as best ecommerce software.

    http://apptha.com/blog/magento-trounces-virtuemart-shopify-oscommerce-and-others-in-ecommerce-race-survey-2013/

  • Kaushiki Chatterjee

    For selling apparels in India you need to build a proper store where your customers can get an Indian flavour..visit http://www.iqecommerce.com/ and get the whole assistance regarding your store build up..

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    sewet

  • Guest

    forever magento

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  • http://www.geekscook.com/ Blue Brain! Blue™

    And there is only one moderator in total .. :D

  • Slava Lozovoj

    P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; }A:link { }

    The AbanteCart has a good UI and easy to manage. There are much more
    features in comparing with other shopping cart. I needed one feature
    – payment system. AbanteCart don’t have it in their Extension
    store. I asked them to make this Extension for me. Recently I added
    it to my store for reasonable prize.

  • Guest

    Sending Project files

  • Jime

    Uniecommerce also provide free ecommerce script. Download it http://uniecart.uniecommerce.com/

  • ndotcontact

    You can try uniecommerce.com, it comes with free script and themes.

  • joy christina

    I tried uniecommerce script its really excellent.

  • Santosh Kumar

    Hi,

    I
    am looking forward for an online store for Wedding Services Such as Wedding
    Venue , Wedding Decoration , Wedding Catering , Beauty Services and Wedding
    photography Services .

    1.
    We would like to build a store where Vendor (Venue,Decoration,Beauty etc.)
    should create their profile on my store .

  • R Sheng Chew

    Opencart is nice and I use http://www.profsetup.com to build it within 2 mins clicks!

  • Vickie Johnson

    I really want to use magento but I can’t get this site installed. I can install the script on the site but then have a site to import. Cannot get the import to work at all. Otherwise it would be nice.

  • Aju Mathai

    Hi Pratik,

    Usually, most of the payment gateway charge a set-up fee. We at http://www.BuildaBazaar.com can help you cut this with our pricing options.

    Call Us: +91-79-49004848 or
    Email: cs@buildabazaar.com
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  • Kata OS

    AbanteCart is an ideal open source solution for my small online business. I expected small issues in installation and preparation, but all actually went very smooth. I used softaculous on my host to install, and managed to set site up in about 10 minutes.

  • Akhil Kumar

    Which platform is suitable for people who are not developers but they want to customize themes without editing php?

  • http://www.offshorent.com/ Offshorent

    Thumbs Up for Magento. The launch of Magento2 will lift the Magento ecommerce platform to new heights; this will be very handy to overcome the all minor drawbacks on Magento 1Xx versions…..

  • http://www.offshorent.com/ Offshorent

    GO for Magento, Visit http://www.offshorent.com/talents/magento-developer for exclusive development packages

  • Masha Kubyshina

    Joe, can you tell me more about your problems with Magento. I am looking for an open source shopping cart that I can fully customize. Which one would you recommend?›

  • Masha Kubyshina

    What did you end up using? If you can share your experience and opinion, I will greatly appreciate it.

  • http://Www.gnowit.com/ Mohammad at Gnowit.com

    I think Shopify is over 80k user now.

  • Jiri

    Does any of these open carts gives option like: After the payment has been confirmed customer will get to download the products immediately?? Like pictures or something similiar.

  • Deni Oktora Pasaribu

    Hi my name is Deni Oktora, and I’m from Indonesia. I would like to start a socks line company. Could any one of you give an idea what would be the best platform to try to? How about shopify? because some entrepreneurs in my country recommend it to the beginner. Thanks

  • Jeff Freeman

    I’m looking for an easy cart system that will be used for registration of events for my sister’s business which provides classes to make floral arrangements, craft projects etc. but don’t want the typical ecommerce feel. Any suggestions?

  • http://www.thefas-solutions.com/ Muhammas Sohaib Roomi

    I am looking for a tool in php which can be used internally within my team to track projects. I would like to modify it myself so that it suits my team needs. I just require basic functionality like task assignment, notification and report generation. Any simple open source tool available which I can refer too?

  • K- Thiha

    Magento preferred. That a lot of features.

  • fulam

    That’s a great introduction from most of the shopping cart system all over the world.
    I try using opencart for all my e-shop.
    That’s really user friendly and easy to use.

  • Ryan Pfleger

    I’d checkout Yovigo (also not on this list) but it’s very easy to use and cheaper than many of the platforms mentioned above. https://yovigo.com

  • suraj

    hay, try www,kharedi.in, its absolutely free hosted eCommerce solution. you can start selling online with Payupaisa or CCavenue payment gateway and logistic service from Bluedart. and u can add domain or existing to your store

  • suraj

    for hassle free try www,kharedi.in, its absolutely free hosted eCommerce solution. u can chose opencart platform in it.

  • suraj

    http://www.kharedi.in, its absolutely free hosted eCommerce solution. you can start selling online with Payupaisa or CCavenue payment gateway and logistic service from Bluedart. and u can add domain or existing to your store @ 900 Rs. including domain renewal charges

  • scoutstation

    I would recommend checking out ComparingeCommerce.com for a fair and good comparison of hosted and opensource platforms!!!

  • Hlubi Manci

    Thanks alot….i think PrestaShop is the best option for me.

  • http://www.tangentsnowball.com Gary Howard

    Wow, no mention of Oscar?

  • http://zeuscart.com Zeuscart

    Try zeuscart. The default theme itself suits for Fashion http://www.zeuscart.com/

  • http://zeuscart.com Zeuscart

    Magento is best suitable for BIG – Multilingual – Multi Currency. If you look for simple, go for zeuscart. Simple to start & easy to learn

  • http://zeuscart.com Zeuscart

    Kind attn author : Zeuscart V4 is now available & it supports Bootstrap Framework & Responsive layout. Please update this info. Thanks

    http://zeuscart.com/whats-new/

  • http://seowebranks.com/ seo sevice india

    great post thanks for this

  • http://e-motiveonline.com/ E-Motive Online

    Magento rocks in terms of e-commerce platforms. Of course, if you want to have the full version you need to pay one time fee, which is not cheap at all.

    What about WordPress?
    There are a few very powerful themes with awesome e-commerce features.

  • http://efusionworld.com/ Efusionworld

    Thank you for an informative article! open source eCommerce platform that manages all aspects of your fulfillment
    process of the websites. My vote is for #Magento, it’s the best solution for eCommerce stores.

  • http://efusionworld.com/ Efusionworld

    Excellent article. The growth in online sales is amazing, and now financial records for 8% of total retail sales. OpenCart is new and well-built ecommerce solution. It is easy to use especially for beginner. It is also perfect solution for a company which wants to manage multiple stores using one admin interface. Thanks a lot!!

  • Santiago Garza

    I have my online store with shopify, what I like most is that the platform is very easy to use and also they have payment plans that allow me to grow with my business, when I was selling 20 products I did pay
    less, and the when the business was growing I start to pay more, but my store was doing much better. I started for free i share you the link, click it or copy and paste it in your browser: http://bit.ly/SellOnline

  • suraj

    Kharedi.in is emerging ecommerce platform, it has an idea of providing complete solution to for merchants/Industries/Retailers/fashion designers/Manufacturer to create an online store and sell products at instance. As compared to other ecommerce store builder kharedi.in provides you every this at lowest price, infant it start with free. eCommerce Software is user friendly and optimizes for speed, includes payment gateway, Logistic support with Cash on delivery, unlimited products and bandwidth, powerful admin control panel to manage order, products and stock, completely easy to customizes, documentation for easy understanding and lots more features. In Enterprise plan in addition to above it includes free domain, technical support and customization support, email id, etc.

    Create ecommerce store with kharedi.in and sell online from your own shopping website at just Rs 159/Month or $ 2.6/Month.

    Kharedi.in is a free ecommerce platform was launched in 2013 and since the launch within a year, more than 600online stores have been created around the world and most of the new customers are referred by existing customers.

    it is rated as a best online store builder, where you can create ecommerce website and start selling online for free within a minutes with a complete shopping cart solution.

  • suraj

    Create your eCommerce Website at Rs. 159/- or $ 2.6 /Month-Unlimited. Free Domain, Hosting, Logistic support, Payment Gateway, Technical support, Design & Customization Support and lot more features…

    Kharedi.in is emerging eCommerce platform, it has an idea of providing complete eCommerce solution to merchants/Industries/Retailers/fashion designers/Manufacturer to create an online store and sell products at instance. As compared to other eCommerce store builder kharedi.in provides you everything at lowest price, infect it start with free. eCommerce Software is user friendly and optimizes for speed, includes payment gateway, Logistic support with Cash on delivery, unlimited products and bandwidth, powerful admin control panel to manage order, products and stock, completely easy to customizes, documentation for easy understanding and lots more features. In Enterprise plan in addition to above it includes free domain, technical support and customization support, email id, etc.

    Kharedi.in is a free eCommerce platform was launched in 2013 and since the launch within a year, more than 600 online stores have been created around the world and most of the new customers are referred by existing customers.

    it is rated as a best online store builder, where you can create eCommerce website and start selling online for free within a minutes with a complete shopping cart solution.

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  • Gavin Wills

    Hi Everyone,
    There is a new FREE online software tool http://fastfreesoftware.com/isf/fun.php that builds money making websites in minutes. You can pick whatever niche you want and the company will build the site, set up a blog on it and put it online and load you site with content and free money making affiliate links (from what I can tell). The reason for the free website creation offer is it is from a hosting company ($7.95/month) that wants you to become a lifetime customer. What you have to do to make money with it is send traffic or visitors to your website. The company shows you many FREE and paid (as low as $0.015 cents per visitor) ways to do this and of course has automated software to make the process easier. It seems like a good deal and may be worth investigating further at the website http://fastfreesoftware.com/isf/fun.php Love to hear back from anyone who has tried this.

  • bernard

    After testing some of these systems I’ve came to the conclusion prestashop is the best option for me. Opencart’s multistore functionality is the only thing I miss in prestashop. But then again I’m not sure if this multistore functionality is a blessing or a curse as it seems hard to manage on the long term.

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